Numerical case studies of vertical wall fire protection using water spray

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Studies of vertical wall fire protection are evaluated with numerical method. Typical fire cases such as heated dry wall and upward flame spread have been validated. Results predicted by simulations are found to agree with experiment results. The combustion behavior and flame development of vertical polymethylmethacrylate slabs with different water flow rates are explored and discussed. Water spray is found to be capable of strengthening the fire resistance of combustible even under high heat flux radiation. Provided result and data are expected to provide reference for fire protection methods design and development of modern buildings.

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Zhao, L. M., Zhang, Y. M., Zhao, H. Z., Fang, J., & Qin, J. (2014). Numerical case studies of vertical wall fire protection using water spray. Case Studies in Thermal Engineering, 4, 129–135. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.csite.2014.09.002

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